Wetlands: a valuable farmhand

Wetlands: a valuable farmhand

Wetlands deliver ecological and financial dividends to dairy farmers in P.E.I.

Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh

Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh

Protecting coastal communities from climate change, one wetland at a time

Parks and education

Parks and education

Teaming up to transform the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park into a premier destination for outdoor learning

Volunteers on campus at Acadia University

Volunteers on campus at Acadia University

Acadia student Stephanie White inspires other students to get outside and into wetlands

Celebrating Williamstown Lake

Celebrating Williamstown Lake

Renewal and re-dedication at DUC's first restoration project in Atlantic Canada

Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland

Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland

DUC staff and volunteers work to stop purple loosestrife from invading Corner Brook Marsh.

From bathtubs to wetlands

From bathtubs to wetlands

Moncton heads in the “right direction” as it adopts guidelines that embrace natural infrastructure

Home-builders for ducks

Home-builders for ducks

Father-son volunteer duo build more than 600 nest box kits this year alone

A homecoming for fish

A homecoming for fish

After 200 years, conservation projects help native fish species make their way back into PEI waters

Reel conservation

Reel conservation

DUC projects and research are giving native fish species a fin-up

Common purpose

Common purpose

The common eider population is dropping in Maritime Canada and New England. Canadian and American biologists are working together to find out why.

Coastal conservation

Coastal conservation

When Jonathan Platts was about 15 years old, his friends started taking him waterfowling at Wolfe Inlet, a large salt marsh near Glenwood, P.E.I. There, he found whole new world.